Many Facebook users would love to know who in their social circle has blocked them or removed them from their friend list. For probably good reasons, Facebook doesn’t have a way of telling you who has decided they don’t want to share information with you via the social network anymore – but there are plenty of users who would love that functionality to satisfy their curiousity.
Scammers, of course, aren’t slow to take advantage of an opportunity like this – and you should be careful of giving third-party applications which make claims that they can help you tell who has defriended you access to your account.
Here’s an example of an application that is live on Facebook right now.
The application, called “Who doesn’t like me”, claims it will
regularly check your friends to see if anyone has removed you. When it detects that someone has removed or blocked you, a message will popup informing you who it was and a link to there (sic) profile…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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